Below are some web pages that you may find useful.
Birdwatching in Western Australia
BirdLife WA : Western Australia’s birdwatching organisation. The site has lots of information about where to go birdwatching in WA.
Birding South West : The business Perth Birds and Bush recommends for full day birdwatching tours in Perth, several day birdwatching tours and half-day tours from Manjimup, Pemberton or Bridgetown.
Leeuwin Current Birding : A Western Australian birding blog which is well worth a look.
Frank O’Connor’s Birding Western Australia : Useful site with suggested birdwatching locations and what birds you may see there.
BirdLife WA unusual bird sightings : For the latest birds of interest in Perth.
Birdwatching in other areas
Troga Guides : A site dedicated to guided bird watching, wildlife, wildflower and nature tours throughout the world.
Wildflowers in Western Australia
Wildflower Country : Wildflower site specific to areas a few hundred kilometers north of Perth.
Kings Park : Information about Kings Park which grows over 3000 species of Western Australian flowering plants within walking distance of the Perth CBD.
Accommodation for Nature Lovers
Woodman Point Caravan Park which is south of Fremantle and set in bush next to the beach.
Rosebridge House in Kalamunda is a B and B nestled in the hills with lovely birds in their garden!
Bracknell House in Denmark (half a days drive south of Perth) is situated among Karri trees and close to Wilson Inlet.
Sea Spray Caravan Park in Dongara (half a days drive north of Perth) is on the beach and next to the river mouth.
Stirling Range Retreat is half a days drive south of Perth and set in bush in the Stirling Ranges. They have dawn and dusk bird walks in spring.
Cheynes Beach Caravan Park is the best place to stay if you want to see Western Whipbird, Noisy Scrub-bird and the Western Bristlebird. Half a days drive south of Perth and east of Albany.